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Another MK 30th Anniversary Interview With Ed Boon

by Roy Arkon on Oct 10, 2022 :: 0
On the occasion of the 30th anniversary of the Mortal Kombat series, Ed Boon had yet another interview, this time on PlayStation Blog. In this interview, Boon talks about how he looks back on his work on MK, how Street Fighter 2 inspired the design for Mortal Kombat 1, his thoughts on the fighting game scene right now and more.
MK 30th Anniversary Ed Boon interviewn
To check out the full interview, click here,

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Mortal Kombat 30th Anniversary Warm-Up: Trailer, Hidden Game Announcement?, Artwork and Interview

by Gambid on Oct 7, 2022 :: 5
Mortal Kombat's 30th Anniversary is mere hours (as of writing this article) away from us. Netherrealm Studios and different media publications are starting to release different types of content to honor the franchise's vivid history or contribution to the gaming industry. So lets have a look:

30th Anniversary Trailer
We will kick off with a very well edited 30th Anniversary trailer by Netherrealm Studios themselves, that incorporates a montage with scenes taken from almost every single form of Mortal Kombat media out there. From the games, to the movies, to the animated movies and series. Have a look:
Not so Hidden Mortal Kombat 1 Re-release?

Keep an eye on the games list at the end of the above trailer. Among the Play Now games, we see the logo of the original Mortal Kombat 1. This game is not available on any current generation system, excluding PC (over GOG). So, is this a hidden announcement for a re-release of the game that started it all? Guess we will know very soon. Here is a screencapture for your convenience:
Mortal Kombat 30th Anniversary Play Now Games
30th Anniversary Artwork and Logos
Netherrealm Studios has released a set of logos and artwork for the Mortal Kombat's 30th Anniversary. One of them in particular represents a really cool Mortal Kombat dragon logo with scenes from different games of the franchise. And here they are:
Mortal Kombat 30th Anniversary Artwork Mortal Kombat 30th Anniversary Logo Mortal Kombat 30th Anniversary Logo Mortal Kombat 30th Anniversary Logo
Ed Boon Interview with Brian Tong
We will finish our Mortal Kombat 30th Anniversary Warm-up with a very cool Ed Boon interview by Brian Tong.
Stay close to our website as we continue to report on the events around Mortal Kombat's 30th Anniversary which hits tomorrow, October 8th, 2022.

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Ed Boon: No New Game Announcement For The MK 30th Anniversary

by Roy Arkon on Oct 5, 2022 :: 0
The 30th anniversary of he Mortal Kombat series is this Saturday, October 8th, 2022. Understandably, many fans were expecting to get a new game announcement this weekend, but Ed Boon came in on Twitter to inform us all that while a celebration is indeed about to take place on that day, it will only focus on the anniversary and the history of the series, and won't included any game announcement whatsoever, and such announcement will take place on another date,
Author's opinion: I'm not surprised at all. As much as it would be awesome to finally see whatever game NetherRealm Studios/Warner Bros. Games were working on for so long, I kept telling myself to not set my expectations to a specific direction. Not level, mind you, because it was obvious that we are gonna get something for the 30th anniversary, and it was confirmed by Ed Boon himself, which is awesome to hear, and we all know that it is gonna be epic and fitting for such occasion. I'm really looking forward to it.

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All Mortal Kombat Referencses And Easter Eggs In NBA Jam Plus More

by Roy Arkon on Oct 5, 2022 :: 0
In 1994, Midway released one of their most successful and popular games ever, NBA Jam. On top of everything the game had to offer, it also included a ton of Mortal Kombat secrets and Easter Eggs, from references to already-released MK games in Mortal Kombat 1 and Mortal Kombat II, to hints for the release of Mortal Kombat 3 Vanilla which came to fruition the following, to even having several MK characters making to the game as hidden guest characters. These are the 3 playable MK Ninjas of MK2, Reptile, Scorpion and Sub-Zero, along with Raiden. That's not all though, as NBA Jam actually had hidden Fatalities, which could've happen by pushing players from the opposing teams with the MK characters. Guess it is only natural, when there are MK characters and voidance involved, it's gonna go down to Fatalities :lol:

And top of that, this game also had references for other already-existing and future Midway games, such as an advert for WWE WrestleMania: The Arcade Game, which would be released the following year.

That being said, the MK characters have been taken out of later revisions of the game. Thankfully, longtime fighting game YouTuber named Desk has managed to get an earlier version of the game, showcasing how to unlock the MK characters and Fatalities, along with all of the refences and Easter eggs, both that are related not relegated to MK.

Check out the video from Desk below, enjoy.

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Is MK4's Arcade Port Being Re-released In The Future?

by Roy Arkon on Sep 28, 2022 :: 0
Arcade1Up has already re-released all of the Mortal Kombat games from the Arcade era that have been released in the Arcades: Mortal Kombat 1, Mortal Kombat II, Mortal Kombat 3 Vanilla and Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3, and more than once actually. There is however, on exception, and the game in question is Mortal Kombat 4. While that game is available on GOG, this is the PC port of MK4, and while it is good for what it is, it's a far cry from the original Arcade version. As a matter of fact, all home ports of MK4 didn't get close enough to the Arcade version, as MK4 was developed with a special graphic chip called Zeus, developed by Midway themselds, and that caused all of the home ports of the game to be very far in quality from the Arcade version, unlike the 2D MK games which all had at least one great home port each, even back in the 90's.

It seems however that there is a movement for bringing back MK4 in it's Arcade version, along with the proper hashtag of #FreeMK4. Ed Boon himself noticed that and responded to it with this Tweet, showcasing an MK4 Arcade cabinet with the iconic Quan Chi side panel along with an image of Quan Chi himself from Mortal Kombat XL:
Of course there is no guarantee that this will lead to anything, but the movement to bring back the Arcade version of MK4 seems to be going strong. A similar movement happened not too long ago for Marvel Vs. Capcom 2 from the Marvel Vs. Capcom series, which ultimately led the re-release of that game by Arcade1Up just a few weeks ago, and it already sold out. On top of that, while Ed Boon and NetherRealm Studios are ultimately bent to the authority of WB Games, Boon can have a convincing speech with WB when it comes to crucial or very beneficial matters, such as he did for the PC port of MKXL. Yes we all know how it began, and it's still like that for an extend even now, but it's still at a much better state nowadays, and it's all thanks to Ed Boon.

All things considered, this can lead to the re-release of MK4 in it's original Arcade version to finally come to fruition, at the very least via Arcade1Up, if not even via home consoles and PC as well. Let's hope that WB would see the value in such investment, which will at end benefit everyone.

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